The world of videogames has left us great works that ended up becoming sagas. Two of the most famous, for their stories, rivalry, longevity and quality are final fantasy and Dragon Quest, but there are many more. They all share a common denominator and that is that the public has been able to appreciate the work that the developers put into their first titles, which has motivated this start full of dreams to continue.
For this reason, and taking advantage of the PlayStation Plus Premium subscription service for PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5, we want to propose a list of renowned sagas that will keep you entertained for hundreds — if not thousands — of hours with your console. A fantastic opportunity to find out how the great successes that have accompanied us throughout our gaming life were forged.
Taking advantage of the mention in the first paragraph, what better than to start with one of the best-known sagas in the world of video games. In PlayStation Plus Premium you not only have great successes from this brand but also very interesting spin offs that are also part of the universe created by Square Enix. From the magical adventure of Yitan, Daga, Vivi and company in final fantasy ix, going through the classic Final Fantasy VII and its remake to others of lesser depth but highly recommended such as World of Final Fantasy. Watch out for the latter, a real shot of nostalgia and a true must have.
Continuing with what was agreed, we also have a long list of Dragon Quest titles, the saga started by Enix (later merged with Squaresoft and renamed Square Enix) that inspired Hironobu Sakaguchi to create Final Fantasy. There are also games of various genres such as the entire Dragon Quest Builders saga, role-playing and construction, as well as Dragon Quest Heroes, with massive battles and RPG touches. The icing on the cake is Dragon Quest XI S: Echoes of a Lost Past Definitive Edition, the latest core video game of the franchise that has garnered countless successes since its original release. This version improves the original work by adding more content, story and a two-dimensional game mode.
Assassins and Templars, you are in luck! PlayStation Plus Premium members have access to the Ubisoft + Classics catalog which means virtually the entire Assassin’s Creed saga is available for you to enjoy. This means thousands of hours of entertainment and getting to know all the Abstergo folklore and history of our world inside out packed into delicious gameplay. From side scrolling games like the Chronicles saga to some of the most current ones like Odyssey and Origins. The latter and Black Flag They are among our favourites.
Jak and Daxter
One of the most iconic couples in the PlayStation universe are undoubtedly Jak and Daxter. Started in 2001 on PlayStation 2 with Jak and Daxter: The Legacy of the Precursors, the saga had special relevance among the extensive catalog of the console. And it is not surprising knowing who is behind both characters; Naughty Dog. The studio creator of The Last of Us or the Uncharted saga put all the meat on the grill to design two charismatic protagonists with a great sense of humor. And they have a driving game!
Irrational Games and Ken Levine, wand in hand, pulled out a saga that knew how to make the player fall in love from the first minute. The original video game transported us to a past with futuristic overtones with a single absolute protagonist; kidnap, the city submerged under water. The second title returned us to the scene some time later, but Infinite, its third chapter, turned the tables, presenting us with a new world with different possibilities. They are all among the PlayStation Plus Premium catalogue, the first two being the remastered versions and the last one being the most complete edition.
One of Konami’s most successful and long-running franchises is Castlevania, which also has a place among the number of great works on the PlayStation subscription service. The best thing is that most of the titles have a English signature, that of MercurySteam. These people from Madrid revolutionized the saga with Lords of Shadow and a side scrolling title that serves as a nod to the first bars of this saga. can also be found Harmony of Despair from the incombustible producer Koji Igarashi, an icon of the industry and one of the most important people who have gone through the franchise.
devil may cry
From an iconic company like Konami we went to another of the same caliber, Capcom. It started as a prototype for Resident Evil 4 and ended up becoming one of the wildest, most frenetic sagas with the best soundtrack in the world of video games. No one is able to resist the charm of Dante, Vergil and the rest of the brand’s protagonists. And the best thing is that we can go through the history of devil may cry from cover to cover with the titles available on PlayStation Plus Premium.
god of war
Kratos and his epic story through ancient Greece also has a place on the subscription service. Both its origins on PlayStation 2 and its latest titles are available to enjoy day after day, night after night, if you have a PlayStation 4 or PlayStation 5 and PlayStation Plus Premium. He God of War it impressed in its first title and continues to do so in each of its sequels. So much so that PlayStation Productions is developing a series with real actors for Amazon from the story of the most famous Spartan in the world of video games. A total of five games to which must be added the exclusive three-hour trial for PlayStation Plus Premium members of Kratos’ latest adventure in the Nordic lands; God of War Ragnarok.
We talk about Capcom again but this time to focus on the saga resident Evil. With the titles included in PlayStation Plus Premium you will be able to experience from the beginnings and rise of the evil company Umbrella in the original video game to the seventh main adventure starring Ethan who revolutionized the saga with his first-person view. Zombies, strange animals, mystery and terror guaranteed for hundreds of hours. If you allow us some advice, be sure to try Resident Evil: The Umbrella Chronicles, a wonderful shooter that will blow your mind at the same time that it will create nostalgia. A legendary saga that made us love —even the unsuspecting— horror video games.
PlayStation Plus Premium Classics in March
The third month of 2023 looks exciting for the subscription service available on PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5. Three great titles are coming to PlayStation Plus Premium and each one is better. In the first instance, it welcomes one of the most important games in the Namco driving saga that first debuted with the launch of PlayStation. We talk about Ridge Racer Type 4, one of the most beloved of Sony’s 32-bit console. On the other hand, the remaining two come directly from the first portable, PSP. Ape Academy 2 comes to PlayStation Plus Premium with its more than 100 mini-games as well as Siphon Filter: Dark Mirror, the latter with improvements such as quick save, graphic filters, higher resolution rendering and rewind. These games will be available from March 21.
Much more with PlayStation Plus Premium
The PlayStation Plus Premium subscription service is available for 16.99 $ per month or 119.99 $ per year, the latter being the best option for the user. It can be obtained both through the PlayStation Store menu on PlayStation 4 and PlayStation 5 as well as from their website with just a couple of clicks. The subscription can also be obtained in a quarterly format, so it won’t be by option!
In addition to play through the cloud, Share Play functionality, access to Ubisoft+ titles, classic PlayStation games, monthly PlayStation Plus titles, game trials, multiplayer and discount, among the catalog of available video games there are more sagas that you should try .
Among them we have the Ratchet and Clank saga with up to nine games from the franchise, the Infamous saga with Second Son as the final high, all the Darkstalkers titles, the Borderlands saga, lots of video games from the Star Wars universe, six main Dynasty Warriors titles without counting spin offs, Sly Cooper in full with his compilation The Sly Collection, the phenomenal Yakuza franchise from Zero to the sixth chapter and including Yakuza Like a Dragon, various titles of The Elder Scrolls or the entire Rocksteady Batman saga. By options and sagas it will not be so which one will you play?